Clark Hill PLC Washington DC Attorney Kenneth von Schaumburg to Address Global Water Summit 2012 in Rome, April 30
– Clark Hill PLC Washington, DC, attorney Kenneth von Schaumburg has been asked to present during the 2012 Global Water Summit, “Brave New World” on April 30, in Rome, Italy. von Schaumburg co-chairs the firm’s Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Group, headquartered in the firm’s Washington, DC, office.
von Schaumburg will discuss hydraulic fracturing, known as “fracking,” during the summit, focusing on the environmental issues facing the controversial oil & gas extraction technique within the United States. In his practice, von Schaumburg principally focuses in the areas of regulatory compliance, administrative law, and policy advocacy in the mining and oil & gas industries.
Prior to joining Clark Hill, von Schaumburg served as Deputy General Counsel to the United States Environmental Protection Agency from 2004 to 2006 and as Special Counsel from 2002-2004. Within these capacities, he provided legal and policy advice on high level and controversial issues to the Administrator and senior officials in the formulation of national environmental policies.
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